Human Rights Watch - Iranian judiciary authorities should allow at least 20 detainees charged with terrorism, in connection with the murder of Iranian nuclear scientists, access to their lawyers and family members. Iran’s judiciary has failed to provide basic information about these cases, even to their families, despite the seriousness of the charges, which carry severe punishments, including death.
RFE/RL - Iran appears to be taking measures to tighten online censorship ahead of its presidential vote.
- As Second Round of Journalists Arrested, Intelligence Ministry Threatens Even More
- Iran's Leader Embraces Facebook; Fellow Iranians Are Blocked
- Mehdi Khodaei, Student Prisoner, Was Rejected for Medical Leave
- Uncertainty of a detained weblogger situation after 130 days
- Scientists Call for Release of Imprisoned Iranian Physics Student
- Iranian journalists in fear after arrests
- Master degree student has been fired from Allameh Tabatabaie university
- Imprisoned Student Activist Arash Sadeghi In Dire Condition In Ward 209 Of Evin Prison
- Political Prisoner Illegal Transferred to Prison for Hardened Criminals after Letter to Supreme Lead
- Vahid Asghari’s Death Sentence Was Confirmed/ Case Sent back to the Supreme Court Again
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